Read Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar before you come back from break. Here are some options.
Read Antigone and answer the questions for each scene.
Read “9 Learnings from 9 Years of Brain Pickings.” Each one of these lessons could be a thesis statement for an argumentative essay. 1. Choose one and put it into your own words. Remove any second-person pronouns, including ones that are understood. This is your thesis statement. 2. Write two topic sentences for body paragraphs. […]
For your nonfiction selection this summer, choose a biography or autobiography about someone who interests you. It could be about anyone: a historical figure, politician, athlete, artist, entertainer, writer. Here are some examples:
Click on the following link: GT English Summer Reading 2015-16. Look over these assignments carefully. If you have any questions, please ask.
Upload a PDF version of your essay here.
Revise and edit your rhetorical analysis essay. Download it as a PDF and upload it before you begin your Thanksgiving break (Friday or Saturday).